9 Works

Embodying music theory: A performative approach

Shannon Burns
Background in embodied cognitive sciences and somatics applied to music education/music theory. Western classical music theory is often taught in a way that is disembodied from the performance of musical practices. This research aims to address this mind-body disconnect by utilising embodied cognition (Dewey, 1916, 1934, 1997, 2011; Schusterman, 2008; Bresler, 2013; Cox, 2016; Vass, E., & Deszpot, 2017) and somatic practice (Adler, 2002; Davis, 2007; Hartley, 1989; Hanlon-Johnson, 1995) to investigate and develop a...

Gathering Datasets for Activity Identification

Lorcan Coyle, Juan Ye, Susan McKeever, Stephen Knox, Mathew Staelber, Simon Dobson & Paddy Nixon

Dealing with Activities with Diffuse Boundaries

Juan Ye, Lorcan Coyle, Susan McKeever & Simon Dobson

Evolutionary comparisons of Chelonid alphaherpesvirus 5 (ChHV5) Genomes from Fibropapillomatosis-afflicted green (Chelonia mydas), Olive ridley (Lepidochelys olivacea) and Kemp’s ridley (Lepidochelys kempii) sea turtles

Liam Whitmore, Kelsey Yetsko, Jessica Farrell, Annie Page-Karjian, Whitney Daniel, Donna Shaver, Hilary Frandsen, Jennifer Walker, Whitney Crowder, Caitlin Bovery, Devon Rollinson-Ramia, Brooke Burkhalter, Elizabeth Ryan & David Duffy
The spreading global sea turtle fibropapillomatosis (FP) epizootic is threatening some of Earth’s ancient reptiles, adding to the plethora of threats faced by these keystone species. Understanding this neoplastic disease and its likely aetiological pathogen, chelonid alphaherpesvirus 5 (ChHV5), is crucial to understand how the disease impacts sea turtle populations and species and the future trajectory of disease incidence. We generated 20 ChHV5 genomes, from three sea turtle species, to better understand the viral variant...

Irish National Audit of Stroke National Report 2019

Olga Brych, Tim Cassidy, Joe Harbison, Joan McCormack, Deirdre Murphy, Margaret O’Connor, Claire Prendergast, Martin Quinn, John Thornton, Aoife Moroney Ward, Marcia Ward, The Irish National Audit of Stroke Governance Committee & The National Office of Clinical Audit (NOCA)
INTRODUCTION Stroke is the third leading cause of death in Western Europe and is the leading cause of severe long-term adult disability (The Stroke Alliance for Europe, 2020). Stroke is an important health issue for people in Ireland, with approximately 5,500 adults admitted to hospitals with a stroke in 2019. Stroke can affect people physically, emotionally and socially. It has a significant impact on Health Service Executive (HSE) resources, accounting for up to 4% of...

Proning modus operandi in pregnancies complicated by acute respiratory distress syndrome secondary to COVID-19

Liviu Cojocaru, Ozhan M. Turan, Andrea Levine, Linda Sollecito, Susan Williams, Emad Elsamadicy, Sarah Crimmins & Sifa Turan
Prone positioning has been widely utilized in ARDS management before and during the COVID-19 pandemic due to its demonstrated mortality benefits. In pregnancy, proning requires careful attention to often overlooked physiologic changes in pregnancy and additional technical challenges accompanying a gravid abdomen. The purpose of this manuscript is to demonstrate a proning technique that was successfully used at our institution to avoid premature delivery of the fetus while improving maternal outcomes. All technical challenges are...

Proning modus operandi in pregnancies complicated by acute respiratory distress syndrome secondary to COVID-19

Liviu Cojocaru, Ozhan M. Turan, Andrea Levine, Linda Sollecito, Susan Williams, Emad Elsamadicy, Sarah Crimmins & Sifa Turan
Prone positioning has been widely utilized in ARDS management before and during the COVID-19 pandemic due to its demonstrated mortality benefits. In pregnancy, proning requires careful attention to often overlooked physiologic changes in pregnancy and additional technical challenges accompanying a gravid abdomen. The purpose of this manuscript is to demonstrate a proning technique that was successfully used at our institution to avoid premature delivery of the fetus while improving maternal outcomes. All technical challenges are...

Relevance for Food Safety of Applications of Nanotechnology in the Food and Feed Industry

Iona Pratt, Catherine Adley, Gordon Chambers & Wayne Anderson

Irish National Audit of Stroke National Report 2019

Olga Brych, Tim Cassidy, Joe Harbison, Joan McCormack, Deirdre Murphy, Margaret O’Connor, Claire Prendergast, Martin Quinn, John Thornton, Aoife Moroney Ward, Marcia Ward, The Irish National Audit of Stroke Governance Committee & The National Office of Clinical Audit (NOCA)
INTRODUCTION Stroke is the third leading cause of death in Western Europe and is the leading cause of severe long-term adult disability (The Stroke Alliance for Europe, 2020). Stroke is an important health issue for people in Ireland, with approximately 5,500 adults admitted to hospitals with a stroke in 2019. Stroke can affect people physically, emotionally and socially. It has a significant impact on Health Service Executive (HSE) resources, accounting for up to 4% of...

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